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Jul
23
revised Lagering an Ale
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Jul
23
answered Lagering an Ale
Jul
22
comment How far to insert stopper in carboy?
Yep. I dry them all every time with a paper towel, which is sanitary right off the roll. Once in a while it will work, but I always tape the stopper in just in case.
Jul
19
comment How far to insert stopper in carboy?
I've tried drying many times and it doesn't work for me unless I also duct tape the stopper in. Seems like it should, and it obviously does for you, but not here.
Jul
18
comment Why does gravity increase between pre-boil and pitching?
nope, just commenting
Jul
18
comment Why does gravity increase between pre-boil and pitching?
An accepted answer without an upvote?
Jul
18
comment Why does gravity increase between pre-boil and pitching?
Good on ya! Glad you realized that.
Jul
18
comment Why does gravity increase between pre-boil and pitching?
Not if you account for boiloff correctly. assuming you mean the gravity numbers and not the boiloff numbers.
Jul
18
answered Why does gravity increase between pre-boil and pitching?
Jul
17
answered How far to insert stopper in carboy?
Jul
16
answered First Time Airlock Won't Start
Jul
16
comment Murky beer, no bubbles in airlock?
Thanks. I've changed my vote.
Jul
16
comment Murky beer, no bubbles in airlock?
Tobias, if you edit you answer to show that that there's a 3rd possibility, I'll change my vote. It's locked in until the answer is edited.
Jul
16
comment Murky beer, no bubbles in airlock?
Again, just because there are no bubbles in the airlock doesn't necessarily mean it's not fermenting. There could be a loose seal or other problem. The only way to know is to take a gravity reading.
Jul
16
comment Murky beer, no bubbles in airlock?
Just becasue there are no bubbles in the airlock doesn't necessarily mean it's not fermenting. There could be a loose seal or other problem. The only way to know is to take a gravity reading.
Jul
16
comment Pitched Yeast at 80-85 deg. Problem?
Correct. There is so much thermal mass from the liquid that the room temp is hardly an effect on the beer.
Jul
15
answered Pitched Yeast at 80-85 deg. Problem?
Jul
10
comment Faster carbonation by injecting CO2 into the Draw line
It might, but I have no personal experience with that.
Jul
10
answered Faster carbonation by injecting CO2 into the Draw line
Jul
9
revised I have a keg, now what?
corrected spelling